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May 7, 2013 5:00pm PDT
and jaycee dugard case. she was held in an antioch home 18 years. nanette? >> a few years ago california had a missing child mirror why cell. jaycee dugard held behind this house. this case brings back memories here. >> the quiet neighborhood where jaycee dugard was held captainist seems back to normal. her kidnappers were arrested and sent to prison. the home has been fixed up and sold. neighbors have lost -- left. >> these people are new. he's gone. >> but helen is here and lives next door. she watched coverage of the three women, she saw similarities to the garido case. >> i thought not another case like garido. i thought how terrible. terrible. >> in the cleveland case neighbors never expected anyone was being held against their will. same in antioch. no one thought it was the garidos who kidnapped dugard. she later gave birth to two children. >> tried to find out what is going on. releasing a statement, quote, these activities need the opportunity to heal this, isn't who they are. it is only what happened to hem. the human spirit is resilient this, reaffirms we should never give up hope
ABC
May 8, 2013 12:35am PDT
for that report summing it all up for us. >>> next, surviving this kind of captivity. from jaycee dugard to elizabeth smart. victims reveal how they made it through their darkest days. [ female announcer ] jcpenney believes mom deserves to get everything she wants. the best deals are at jcpenney, in-store and online. get 25% off women's apparel and dresses, including her favorite brands like liz claiborne and worthington. plus, st. john's bay is back... at 30% off! and get 20% off fine jewelry. we make it easy to find the gifts that mean the world to the woman at the center of yours. the jcpenney mother's day sale. and do you know your... the blooa or b positive?? of yours. have you eaten today? i had some lebanese food for lunch. i love the lebanese. i... i'm not sure. enough of the formalities... lets get started shall we? jimmy how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? happier than dracula volunteering at a blood drive. we have cookies... get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. work the camera... work it! those hands. oo
ABC
May 7, 2013 11:00pm PDT
next, what dugard told an audience about her ordeal and theirs. >> and breaking news, a bullet shatters the window and sense of safety at an east bay fire >>> it is happening in oakland. graphic pictures of just how dangerous it can be to protect the public. somebody shot a bullet through a roll door. >> it was just after an hour ago. and minutes later a short distance away from the fire station there was a fatal shooting. and authorities are investigating whether these incidents are related. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. our other top story, the latest in the cleveland hostage investigation. >> police want to know if a fourth woman who disappeared in 2007 is linked to the kidnappings of the three women found alive yesterday. ashley sommers vanished when she was 14 and in the same five-block area where the other women disappeared. >> they worked into the evening hunting for clues in the home where the women had been restrained with chains and tape. investigators expect to start questioning the three suspects tomorrow. brothers ariel, pedro and o'neil cas
KOFY
May 7, 2013 11:30pm PDT
and the third victim, michelle knight expected to leave tomorrow. >> jaycee dugard is accepting an uh wrd for the center -- award for the center for missing children. now, her reaction to news of the rescued women. >> call it coincidence, but the police officer who found jaycee dugard was speaking to em fas of missing children -- to families of missing children when the news broke. both have spoke about the miracle giving a boost to their efforts. >> what an uh -- amazing time to talk about hope with everything that is happening. >> jaycee dugard believes hope is what kept the three kidnapped victims alive. foundation that supports families of missing children, and tonight the national center for missing and exploited children honored her with its hope award. >> i want to thank my mom for the hope she has always had for me. >> for 18 years jaycee's mother never gave up while her daughter was being held. just like one of the cleveland victims she was raped and gave birth while this captivity and likewise held in plane sight. now police are facing questions about the handling of missing per
ABC
May 7, 2013 4:00pm PDT
just 18 miles from her home. >> and the story reminds us of the jaycee dugard abduction. she was just 11 years old. and she was kidnapped and held captive for 18 years, phillip garrido and his wife are serving prison sentences. dugard saying these individuals need the opportunity to heal and connect back into the world this isn't who they are, it's only what happened to them. in 2011 dugard spoke with abc's diane sawyer about why she didn't try to escape. >> something held me back. like i sted stil have those handcuffs on. my -- mind manipulation. >> dugard is in washington, d.c. in an event for missing and exploited children. we'll go live to the neighborhood where dugard was found this, case is bringing back memories for neighbor there's as well. >> the animated cleveland man becoming a national hero. >> he says he was just hanging out eating mock donalds when he heard berry screaming for help. he kicked in the door, rescuing her, he's now a internet celebrity. his beloved mcdonalds is tweeting this. we salute the courage of ohio kidnap victims and respect their privacy, way to go c
ABC
May 7, 2013 5:30pm PDT
crime. >>> and tonight, from another captive, jaycee dugard, a message about healing. >>> and also tonight, the sky's the limit. the stock market smashing through a new milestone. closing above 15,000 points for the first time ever. >>> and weighing his option. governor chris christie revealing his weight loss surgery. and why he finally decided to do what it took to slim down. >>> good evening. tonight, an entire nation is riveted by the story of three american women making their break for freedom. and three american families with answered prayers. these are the faces of amanda berry and gina dejesus, abducted as teens. a third, michelle knight, vanished at the age of 20. and now, all three have been found alive after life inside this home. a flag on the porch. a crime scene inside. and on the right, there is the front door. that dark space where a stranger heard a cry for help and refused to turn away. tonight, we have new details about the women, the three brothers under arrest, and the heroes of this rescue, as breaking free, the escape in cleveland begins. and abc's david muir
ABC
May 8, 2013 1:05am PDT
for ten years. >> it is so important to be vigilant, because there's people like jaycee dugard, me, elizabeth smart, and now these three girls. don't ever give up hope. >> reporter: we are all each other's keepers, and we know it as john walsh, whose own 6-year-old son was taken from him and murdered, and who turned his pain into the crusade that became "america's most wanted" put it last night on "nightline." >> the public want to help, they don't know how to help. they had the guts to help me catch 1,200 bad guys and recover 60 missing children. >> reporter: there are hundreds of thousands of missing children right now. so many, just one glimpse away from rescue. if you see something, say something. because they're the real heroes. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> reporter: fighting for life, for freedom, calling to us. i'm here. >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years. and i'm here, i'm free now. >> she's free now. good luck to her and the others. thanks for watching. tune into "good morning america" tomorrow. we're online at abcnews.com. good night. see you b
NBC
May 7, 2013 6:00pm PDT
of jaycee dugard and elizabeth smart, girls who vanished. the story out of cleveland when the three women rescued from the home is sweeping the nation and drawing a lot of attention here in the bay area. nbc bay area's is live in san francisco. >> reporter: we spoke with misi sanchez who was abducted 13 years ago when she was eight years old. she escaped after being held captive in the trunk of a car for two days. both agree on one thing, the families of the missing should never give up hope. >> and when he grabbed me and put his arms around me and his hand around my mouth i lost control of my bladder. i think my body went into shock. and my mind was scrambling. i had no idea what to do. >> reporter: in the hours that she was held captive in august of 2000 she thought of her family and she never thought she would be able to escape. >> i knew i was going to die. i felt like i knew i wasn't going to make it out cht. >> reporter: when it comes to the case of the kidnapped women in cleveland and her abduction misi says the last thing she would want is people to give up hope. >> some people sa
CW
May 7, 2013 10:00pm PDT
. dugard says quote, the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever, this reaffirms we should never give up hope. and tonight, the national center for missing and exploited children awarded dugard with its hope award. it is for her work in supporting kidnapping victims and their families. >> thank you for tonight and i want to say, what an amazing time to be talking about hope with everything that is happening. >> dugard was reunited with her family in 2009 after surviving 18 years in captivity. she has since created a foundation that supports families who are recovering from abduction and other traumatic experiences. >>> and the mother of a long missing bay area girl is also encouraged by the developments in cleveland. michael garrett was nine years old when she was kidnapped. micayla, there is hope, here's an example of three girls who were kidnapping victims, but one of those girls decided to get help and help was there. help will be there for you, too, my sweetheart. >> newly released, how police crews responded to the fire. as what was happening inside the limo. len ra
CBS
May 7, 2013 12:00pm PDT
suspects are in their 50s. and kidnapping survivor jaycee dugard is commenting on the events in ohio. dugard was held captive for 18 years by phillip and nancy garrido at a home near antioch. this morning she released a statement about the women who escaped overnight. dugard says, quote, the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever, this reaffirms we should never give up hope. >>> all lanes of highway 680 in fremont are now open following a fatal crash this morning. four vehicles collided on the highway north of vargas road around 4:30. a 65-year-old man from san jose was pronounced dead at the scene. another driver was transported to a local hospital. >>> two women one of them pregnant are under arrest. police say they crashed their getaway car after fleeing a robbery. kpix 5's cate caugiran says it's how police found them that suggests this isn't their first time. >> reporter: an armed robber tried to get away with two others in a stolen car. this time san jose police caught the bad guys or, rather, bad women and guys. >> we had the driver who was responsible for tonigh
FOX
May 7, 2013 12:00pm PDT
're hearing reaction from jaycee dugard. in a statement released today through her publicist, dugard said the human spirit is resilient and the case reaffirms that people should never give up hope. dugard wrote "a stolen life" about her life in captivity. and elizabeth smart also says she's overjoyed to hear that these three kidnapping victims are now free after ten years of captivity. she advised the women to focus on their future and get rid of the past of the smart's father said it's important for the women to know what happened to them is not their fault. >> usually the captors will make them feel guilt or responsibility. heaven only knows what type of nightmare they've lived for the past ten years. >> smart was kidnapped from her bedroom when she was 14 years old and held hostage for nine months. >>> one bay area man knows what the families of those have endured. marc klass talked about the loss of his daughter. sal castanedo has more. >> reporter: good afternoon, tori. marc klass told me whenever something like this happens and it comes to national media attention, it gives hope to
FOX
May 7, 2013 10:00pm PDT
solar panels. >> kidnapping survivor jaycee dugard. >> it's hard to believe that story is me. >> reporter: talking about the women that are finally free of their abductor. >>> new at 10:00, a proposal to go green. it would mandate that all construction include solar power. ken wayne has more on the story and when the decision takes place. >> reporter: some like to call sabasta pool berkeley north. and now it's surging forward with solar power. it was a unanimous vote. 5-0 in favor of requiring all new building construction use solar power. advocates say the new solar requirements will not only save homeowners and businesses on their utility bills they will also clean up the environment. >> it takes off the grid the dirtiest of the energy that's produced by pg & e or whoever is supplying it and replaces it with clean energy. >> reporter: but some are worried about nanny government requiring people to go green. >> i would like to see the ordnance changed and remove the word mandatory to voluntary. >> reporter: sometimes there needs to be laws to encourage safety. like seat belt
NBC
May 7, 2013 11:00pm PDT
left in a limo and never returned. >> emotional words from jayceyee dugard and her mother. >> how is it possible this driver ended up in a trauma hont? we investigate. >> steven, how cooperative has the chp been in this? >> well, rog, we ooech asked for records back in february and yet to receive any records. its own intern affairs division says there's been a 17 pnt jump in the last five years. but they won't talk in detail about this case. so we went digging on our own. it all happened around 5:30 in the morning in a part up high in the mountains. we want to warn you, parts of this story and some of the pick dhurstures you're about to see may disturb you. >> reporter: 58-year-old can re-tell with clear decision the moments from that morning back on september 7th, 2011. he speaks in his naltive language, russian, recounting up until that moment of the incident. thoo's when oleg's cousin, chenko go mgs silent and cannot speak anymore. for 40 minutes, he sits insisting his insist ing he wants to tell his story, but the words won't come. but these pictures speak for him. a crushed l
ABC
May 8, 2013 1:40am PDT
, to nearly two decades in the case of jaycee dugard who has been able, since her release to freedom in 2009, after 18 years of captivity in a backyard in antioch, california, she was beaten. able to show the outside world the face of some one who has a life again, a smile again, a confidence doing television interviews of when which she has done quite a few. >> i choose to see it as a learning opportunity. >> reporter: a therapist who worked with dugard. >> what saved her was a early on relationship with her mother that allowed her to go into something with a strong sense of self. >> reporter: which suggests that whatever sustains a person during captivity is what they build on once they're back in freedom. elizabeth smart for example, whose abduction from her home in 2002 when she was 14 was a national story. and the history of the world i don't think a little girl has been parade for more than elizabeth smart. we thank you for answering those prayers. >> reporter: freed nine months later she has managed in many ways to live the life she had envisioned before her ordeal. >> it is possible
NBC
May 7, 2013 11:00am PDT
. >> the return of the three kidnapped women in cleveland early similar to the says of jaycee dugard found in antioch back in 2009. phil philip gurdo and his wife kidnapped them in 1991. dugard missing 18 years. they kept her in the backyard in contra costa county until arrested. both convicted and now serving life sentences. dugard release add statement this morning saying, quote, these individuals need the opportunity to heal and connect back into the world. this isn't who they are. it is only what happened to them. the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever, this reaffirms we should never give up hope. coincidentally jaycee dugard is being honored tonight by the national center for missing and exploited children at the organization's annual hope awards in washington, d.c. nbc news will be there with a camera for that event. >>> back in the south bay, san jose officers are crediting fantastic detective work for finding and arresting the suspects in this morning's armed robbery of a 7-eleven. a crime she might have gotten away with if she hadn't been so predictable. police a
NBC
May 7, 2013 5:30pm PDT
kills you, but in the last few years, elizabeth smart, jaycee dugard, now these three women. it lends hope. i say it to parents all the time. don't ever give up. >> those girls, those women are so strong. it's what we do out here, what we've done in ten years is nothing compared to what those women have done together to survive. >> reporter: now, amanda berry's mother never lived to see this day. she died in 2006. a lot has changed since these women disappeared. some have new nieces and nephews. michele actually has a little sister she has never met. they are now all in a private location getting reacquainted with their families. as you can see, the fbi continues here on the crime scene looking for any clues, brian. >> it's almost nice to hear a boisterous night in the neighborhood. kristen dahlgren starting off our coverage from outside the house. >>> now we turn to what is known about the suspects and the investigation. why did it take this long to liberate these women from that kind of residential prison? nbc's ron allen continues our reporting from cleveland tonight. ron, good eve
KICU
May 7, 2013 11:30pm PDT
waiting for the suspects to be charged. in cleveland. >>> meanwhile, dugard and her mother are in washington, d.c. tonight where dugard is being honored for her work supporting kidnapped victims. dugard was held captive for 18 years near antioch before she was finally rescued in 2009. >> i want to say what an amazing time to be talking about hope, with everything that's happening. another miracle happened yesterday and three girls are alive. and i feel the same relief and joy that i felt when jayce was returned to me safely after 18 he'llish years. >> reporter: dugard's mother says her family is still grieving the loss of their years apart. she also thinks there's more miracles out there waiting to happen. as for jaycee dugard has this message, the abuse that happened is not their fault, it's just what happened to them. >>> friends and father -- friends and family attended a funeral for leila fowler. leila was found stabbed to death in her home. no arrests have been made but today investigators returned to the neighborhood to look for witnesses. >>> these are the highs rec
CNN
May 7, 2013 8:00am PDT
away of jaycee dugard, kidnapped as a child in california. freed in 2009. if you do the math, that was 18 years. today she's released a statement, obviously, you know, she's following this as well. she says this, nancy. these individuals need the opportunity to heal. she went on to say they need to connect back into the world. this isn't who they are. it is only what happened to them. the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever this reaffirmed we should never give up hope. nancy, you know, you spent years as a prosecutor when investigators begin the process of trying to gleen evidence from these three victims and possibly any others that might be out there. where do they begin? is how do they do this, keeping in mind the delicate nature of what went on? sfla the reality is in a criminal prosecution, police investigators and prosecutors are out for evidence. they will handle the three victims as delicately as possible while at the same time building a felony case. there are multiple felonies available to pick, to prosecute. kidnapping likely. >> these men are look
NBC
May 7, 2013 5:00pm PDT
by the center for nationally children. they've created a -- dugard was kidnapped at age 11 and gave birth to two daughters during her 18 years in captivity. dugard issued this statement about the cleveland women. these vids need to opportunity to heel and connect back into the world. this isn't who they are, it is only what happened to them. more than ever this areafirms we should never go give up hope. at 5:30 nightly news will continue more of the coverage. >>> new details in that tragic limousine fire. as each day passes we're learning more information. the cocoroner released the name of the five ladies killed in the limb mop. the loved ones are organizing funerals and memorials. we begin with nbc bay area news's jodi hernandez who spoke with some of the families of the victims today. she joins us from oakland where several of the victims worked. >> it's tough to imagine the pain that the families of those victims are going through tonight. all of the women worked at the fruit vail center here in oak dale together at one point in time. this is where they met up sad night for an evening of cel
FOX
May 8, 2013 4:30am PDT
at the house but police never entered the home to investigate. >>> jc dugard is talking about the discovery of the three women in cleveland. >> i want to say what man amazing time to be talking -- what an amazing time to be talking about hope with everything that has happened. >> dugard and her mother were in washington, d.c. last night where she was honored with her work supporting kidnapped victims. she wants the three women to know that the the kidnapping abuse is. >>> several survivors and relatives of those who died told the san francisco chronicle that orval ricky brown was slow to react and he did little to help the women as they tried to escape the flames. brown says he did everything possible to help. and he feels terrible about the fire. the coroners office has released the names of all five women who died in that fire. 31-year-old naris is a fojas was the newlywed. michelle was a coworker and friend. jenny lived in dublin and had two children. 46-year-old anna al con tara had two children. and 43-year-old filmy that was the mother of two children. this video shows the newlywed. s
NBC
May 7, 2013 6:00am PDT
area, this story reminds us of jaycee dugard who was held for 18 years before she was found alive and the elizabeth smart case and you might remember the 17-year-old boy from tracy who was held captive for some sometime when he escaped. he showed up with a chain around his ankle. this out of cleveland. we are waiting for this news conference to start to get the latest from officials in cleveland. once that gets underway, we will bring you the latest information. >> we know you will have your eye on eyes on it, marla. >> we are learning more about the deadly limousine fire on the bridge and what may have hindered the nine women. it had only two passenger doors at the back of the vehicle. those two-doors locked automatically when the limo was in park and unlocking them may have been too much in the terrifying moments. >> these doors won't unlock until you hit the auto unlock button. >> in the front. >> in the front. >> you can manually unlock it here. if you are pulling on this door and it is not opening, i don't know if you will have the presence of mind to stop pulling on this and
CBS
May 7, 2013 4:30am PDT
is an obvious reminder of the jaycee dugard kidnapping. phillip and nancy garrido kidnapped her as she walked to a bus stop near south lake tahoe on the morning of june 10, 1991. on august 26th, 2009, more than 18 years later, phillip garrido brought dugard and their two daughters to a parole officer and dugard revealed her identity. both people pleaded guilty and they are serving life sentences. >>> 4:32. it could be weeks before we learn what caused saturday's deadly limousine fire. the chp says there will be no quick answers. five women were killed in the fire on the san mateo bridge. four others were injured. the chp says the limo was only supposed to carry eight passengers. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is at the bridge this morning with more information about the victims of that fire. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. these friends were brought together by their careers in nursing. the group was having a girls night out to celebrate a bridal shower. five of them died, four were injured when their limo burst into flames saturday night. this video taken by a witness driving by
CBS
May 7, 2013 5:00pm PDT
a character. well, kidnapping survivor jaycee dugard is giving her own insight into the incredible rescue of the three kidnapping victims. she says the women need the opportunity to heal and connect back into the world. this morning, she released a statement about the women who escaped. dugard says, "the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever, this reaffirms we should never give up hope." she was 11 when she was abducted in front of her south lake tahoe home in 1991. she spent 18 years in captivity in antioch and gave birth to two daughters before being found in 2009. her captors, phillip and nancy garrido, pleaded guilty to kidnapping and raping dugard. >>> tomorrow we are supposed to finally get some solid answers on the new bay bridge. but today, the governor offered his thoughts in vintage slightly profane jerry brown fashion. caltrans has long said that may 8th would be the decision day bringing an announcement on how to either replace or build around those failed bolts. also, we were told to expect an announcement as to whether the bridge will open on labor day as plan
CNN
May 7, 2013 4:00pm PDT
to someone. >> hi. this is jaycee dugard. >> reporter: that's the same message from jaycee dugard. you know her from this picture when she's 11. that's when she was kidnapped, held for 18 years by phillip garrido and his wife, nancy, in northern california. garrido fathered two children with his victim. dugard lived as a prisoner in plain sight, until a local police officer's suspicions tracked her to a secret back yard compound. she is also a victims advocate. >> if you see something that looks wrong or amiss, speak out. you might be wrong, but you might just save someone's life. >> reporter: in a statement about the cleveland victims, dugard says, "this isn't who they are. it is only what happened to them. the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever this reaffirms we should never give up hope." dugard's mother told piers morgan that joy and heartache follow a kidnapped child's return. >> nothing is normal after something like this happens to you. and you have to accept that fact. and you have to move forward. >> reporter: these survivors moving ahead after living lives once f
CNN
May 6, 2013 8:00pm PDT
's your reaction in terms of -- so much time has gone by here. people think of jaycey dugard as a case where somebody was found after so many years. but this has got to be incredibly unusual. >> well, it certainly is. but, first, before i get to that, i want to emphasize something that has only been eluded to. that's the thing that differentiates this particular case from the dugard case, to the hornbec case is that this is a situation where the individuals themselves affected their own release. amanda berry was not to be denied in this. this was very unusual and very different. here's what i was thinking. that, you know, we've had six months of inclement and treacherous weather in this country. we had a mass shooting that took the lives of many, many which i shall. children. we had a terrorist attack that killed people and sorried in a horrible way one of our premier sporting events. we've had a fert liezer plant blow up like an atomic bomb. we have a completely ineffective government. this is the tonic america night right now to feel good about itself. >> it is a miracle. what is you
CNN
May 7, 2013 1:00am PDT
a few times before. jc dugard was kept in the backyard for 18 years. she's coming here to give her her courage award tomorrow at the national center for missing and exploited children's hope awards. she was counciled and she was kept in the backyard for 18 years and raped repeatedly by her kidnapper and had two children. so it is phenomenal that these girls are alive. and the first thing that they need -- and i saw the doctor in the press conference who really didn't say anything at the hospital that they're at, the first thing they ned is counseling. the first thing is a psychiatrist. i hope they're healthy, and i'm sure they are. but think what it must be like to bear a child, to love that child and raise that child in captivity, like jc dugard, and that child is the result of a sexual assault by your kidnapper. i know that amanda berry's mother questioned all the time why police initially said that she was probably a runaway, because she was one day short of her 17th birthday. but these are families who never gave up looking. and i'm the biggest supporter of law enforcement. ja and
CNN
May 7, 2013 7:00pm PDT
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May 7, 2013 10:00pm PDT
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May 8, 2013 5:00am PDT
survivor jc dugard reacting to the discovery of the three women who vanished in ohio ten years ago. she has a direct message to help them move on with their lives. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for ann to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citi tablet apps. easier banking. standard at citibank. helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. >>> welcome back. time now 5:22. today in ohio the three brothers arrested in connection with the discovery of those three missing women in cleveland are expected to be interviewed. tory dunnan is in cleveland. tory. >> reporter: today the investigation will continue at the house but also the interrogation process will happen with those three suspects. but at the same time these three women at this point are really trying to meet some of those family members after a decade. amanda berry's brand mother waited ten years for this phone call. >> he
FOX
May 8, 2013 6:00am PDT
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KRON
May 7, 2013 8:00pm PDT
women.who were just released from captivity in cleveland are feeling. it's jaycee dugard. dugard was held captive for 18- years by a sex offender and his wife in antioch. she gave birth twice while in captivity. as did at least one of the women in cleveland. dugard issued a statement about the horrific crime in cleveland. in it she says says quote " these individuals need the opportunity to heal and connect back into the world. this isn't who they are. it more than ever this reaffirms we should never give up hope.unquote. >> pam: an air force officer in charge of a sexual assault prevention program.is now charged with committing a sexual assault himself.this jeffrey krusinski. the injuries on his face are believed to be from a struggle with a woman he's accused of assaulting. he was arrested this weekend in arlington - after allegedly grabbing and fondling a woman in a parking lot. ".personnel officer." this is a video that krusinski made when he was in afghanistan. he's been removed from his duties at the pentagon. this is happening as the defense >> pam: >> pam: sexual assault
CNN
May 6, 2013 6:00pm PDT
, then of course jaycee dugard who was missing for 18 years. every time one of these cases occurs and children are recovered after decades, i believe it gives hope to the family of every missing person in america. >> how does it make you feel, having been through something like this as a parent, when you hear about something like this? >> i'm overjoyed. because much of my work is looking for missing children, and we come up short time and time and time again. either we find the remains of a poor child that's been gone for a long time or we find absolutely nothing. so when something like this happens, it truly does bring joy to my heart and it raises my spirit, it makes me feel, you know, so well for the families of these girls and certainly for the hope that's in all of the other missing person families around the country. >> given your experience in these kind of cases, what would be the most pressing and urgent things these young women as they are now will have to go through in terms of readapting back to normal life? >> well, i don't have a lot of experience in the reunification process, bu
CNN
May 7, 2013 4:00am PDT
dugard kept in a backyard for 18 years, a couple of boys in illinois that were kept there by a pedophile for four years. but to see three women and a child, the child probably creation of the -- of rape or abuse of one of the perpetrators, to see them alive, i literally have been doing cartwheels. it is just phenomenal and there are two real heroes here. amanda is a hero for seeing that tiny window when one of those three perverts weren't there, taking that chance, risking her life, risking her daughter's life, and getting to that door, and the real hero of the day is charles ramsey. i've been doing "america's most wanted" 25 years. and i ask the public to make a difference, to have the guts, don't turn your back. charles ramsay said look, i'm a black man, it was a white woman, i thought it might be a domestic abuse case. what did he do? he got up on that porch, he kicked that door in, he dragged her out of that door with that little girl and got her to a cell phone. a real hero. and it is -- it's a fantastic, fantastic ending for those families. >> yeah. >> it's just -- it's the best en
CNN
May 7, 2013 6:00pm PDT
in washington, where jaycee dugard, who was of course herself abducted, she's appearing at an event with john walsh, who i interviewed last night at length. it's the annual hope awards of the national center for missing and exploited children in washington. we'll just go live to this. this could be very interesting. >> thank you. thank you. that story is me. just thank you. i want to say what an amazing time to be talking about hope, with everything that's happening. i want to thank the family advocate division team, especially marcia. they have been amazing and wonderful and i can't thank them enough. i feel like i have come full circle and we are all finally together celebrating the wonderful hope that you keep alive every day. i'm so thankful for the team of people that have supported me throughout these last few years. i am so grateful to all of you. i can't say that it's been easy, but anything in life worth doing is sometimes hard, like speaking. i want to thank my mom for the hope she has always had for me, even when i was far away. to my sister, shana, who -- i want to say that althou
CBS
May 7, 2013 5:00am PDT
remind re -- and obviously reminder of the jaycee dugard kidnapping. -- >>> and this case is an obvious reminder of the jaycee dugard kidnapping. phillip and nancy garrido kidnapped her as she walked to a bus stop near south lake tahoe on the morning of june 10, 1991. on august 26th, 2009, more than 18 years later, phillip garrido brought dugard and their two daughters to a parole officer and dugard revealed her identity. both people pleaded guilty and they are serving life sentences. >>> a car crash in san jose leads to three arrests. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is in san jose this morning with more. >> reporter: they were linked to other robberies which is how the officers were able to catch them and now they are all three suspects are in custody but that chase ended here at the intersection of yerba buena and silver creek. the tree, that's where the car was turned over. we have video earlier. at 2 a.m. there was a robbery at a 7- eleven at the intersection of kirk and foxworthy. an armed female suspect walked in with a revolver and stole cash and lottery tickets. now, once this sus
CNN
May 7, 2013 6:00am PDT
'll get to him in just a minute. a statement from jaycee dugard. she was held for so many years captive after she was abducted when she was 11 and she was released when she was an adult. this is the statement she just released moments ago. "these individuals need the opportunity to heal and connect back into the world. this isn't who they are. it's only what happened to them. "the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever they reamps we should never give up hope." one of the big questions right now centers on the man arrested in the case. his name is aerial castro. police also arrested his two brothers, but say the 52-year-old owns the house where these women were found. according to the cleveland dealer castro was arrested at a nearby mcdonald's. castro and his brothers have not yet been charged are, but we do know that he is a former school bus driver. a spokesman for the school district does not know how long castro worked there or whether he left voluntarily or whether he was fired. castro's facebook page shows his love of guitars. his last post was dated may 2nd, just a
ABC
May 7, 2013 4:00am PDT
of long-term cam tift of jaycee dugard missing 18 years when she was found in 2009. >> dugard is being honored tonight. its hope awards recognizing those who work to protect kids. we'll, of course, have more from cleveland later in the half hour and later on "good morning america" live interviews with the people who live in that very neighborhood. >>> there is outrage this morning over the arrest of a top air force officer whose job it is to protect female service members. the charge assaulting a woman. lieutenant colonel jeff few krusinski arrested over the weekend since removed from his position and faces arraignment thursday. defense secretary chuck hagel has expressed outrage and disgust at his arrest. >>> home grown terrorism suspect is in custody in western minnesota accused of plotting to attack people in his hometown. family mes of 24-year-old militia member buford rogers says he's nptsdz but he was storing pipe bomb, molotov cocktails and an assault rifle in his home 100 miles west of minneapolis. >>> now, here's something you don't hear about every day. a member of the u.s. s
ABC
May 7, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. >> the cleveland situation is similar to the bay area's own kidnapping of jaycee dugard. she was just honored in washington, d.c.. these awards sponsored by national center for missing and exploited children. she received a warm welcome. she took the stage with her mother. today, jaycee dugard released a statement about the rescue and said these individuals need to heal z connect back into the world. this isn't who they are. it's only what happened to them. the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever, this reaffirms we should never give up hope. >> what an eloquent statement, oh, my. bay area restaurants have been serving a delicacy that is banned in california, foie gras, fatty liver of duck that has been force fed. >> it's their way of protesting a law that went into affect last year. >> tonight dan noyes is back with an under cover investigation. a new wun that is right. the state only foie gras farm is closed because california law makes it illegal to force feed ducks for foie gras so when we learned restaurants are still selling it we went under cover and our story does incl
ABC
May 8, 2013 4:00am PDT
." >>> jaycee dugard is one of the few people on earth who can truly understand what the cleveland women are going through. at a dinner last night she was presented with a national center for missing & exploited children's hope award and briefly referenced the remarkable situation in cleveland. >> i want to say what an amazing time to be talking about hope with everything that's happening. i'd like all of us to remember to just ask ourself to care. >> dugard had said the women in cleveland will need time to reconnect with the world and to heal. she was abducted in 1991 and held captive for 18 years. >> breaking news overnight a southwest flight en route from florida to rhode island had to make an emergency stop in south carolina because of three unruly passengers. the plane was met at the charleston airport by police, fbi and homeland security. the passengers were removed from the flight and then it continued on to providence just after midnight. >>> all right, now to the stunning political comeback of former south carolina republican governor mark sanford going back to congress after wi
KOFY
May 7, 2013 7:00pm PDT
taken. >> the cleveland situation is similar to the bay area's own kidnapping of jaycee dugard. she was just honored in washington, d.c.. these awards sponsored by national center for missing and exploited children. she received a warm welcome. she took the stage with her mother. today, jaycee dugard released a statement about the rescue and said these individuals need to heal z connect back into the world. this isn't who they are. it's only what happened to them. the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever, this reaffirms we should never give up hope. >> what an eloquent statement, oh, my. bay area restaurants have been serving a delicacy that is banned in california, foie gras, fatty liver of duck that has been force fed. >> it's their way of protesting a law that went into affect last year. >> tonight dan noyes is back with an under cover investigation. a new wun that is right. the state only foie gras farm is closed because california law makes it illegal to force feed ducks for foie gras so when we learned restaurants are still selling it we went under cover and ou
CNN
May 8, 2013 6:00am PDT
to share that with the world. >> i look at the jaycee dugard case, right, her family controlled access to her daughter. she was held by a man for 18 years and by all accounts doing quite well. what advice from here on out would you have for the families of these kinds of victims? >> well, what it would be like to say -- and we really do want to help the public understand with any type of missing child case, regardless if that child had been missing a day, week or multiple years, it's really important that they have the opportunity to have some private time, that they have the opportunity to work and be connected to therapists and treatment professionals that know this issue and know about the complexities and the dynamics and what the families are going to need as they move forward. there is no particular recipe, if you will, for what is going to work for one family versus what's going to work for another family. each family is unique and what their needs are going to be. and the treatment professional needs to understand that when they do work with these families, this is going to be
FOX News
May 7, 2013 6:00am PDT
over the years. june of 1991, 11-year-old jaycee dugard, kid 23457d, missing for eight teen years. finally freed in 2009. after giving birth to two of her abductor's children. sean hornbeck was found four years later along with another boy who also had been kidnapped. there is elizabeth smart, who was taken from her bedroom in atta at the age of 14. she was found nine months later, about 20 miles from her home in salt lake city utah. martha: unbelievable stories, all of these. we are very glad to be joined this morning by a man who knows this story all too well, ed smart. as bill said, his daughter liz became a household name after being kidnapped from her home in salt lake city. she was 14 years old held in captivity for nine months. ed smart rejoins us. he has been here before. welcome back. >> thank you. martha: this has to bring it all back for you, when you hear this story this morning? >> it is just so wonderful to think that three young women are back with their families where they are loved and, supported and, what a miracle. it is just, it's exciting and i just, god bless
CNN
May 7, 2013 1:00pm PDT
through similar ordeals and have lived to tell about it like, for instance, j.c.dugard who was kidnapped in california at age 11 and held captive 18 years until her rescue in 2009. she is in washington, d.c. today to receive an award from the national center for missing and exploited children. our own erin mcpike is at the hotel where that ceremony will happen. victims like this show life can move on after something horrific like this. >> reporter: yes, jake. it's just a wild coincidence that this award ceremony is being held tonight but the ceo of the organization told me this morning that he expects yesterday's rescue to be a very hot topic tonight and that many of the victims will offer their own words of wisdom to the three women rescued yesterday. for the families of the three young women who spent a decade in captivity, it's a blessing to have them back. >> he has always believed gina was live and well. she always believed that. you know, i just want to say what a phenomenal mother's day gift she gets this mother's day. >> reporter: for the victims, now they can begin to live again
FOX News
May 7, 2013 4:00pm PDT
have hope. jace dugard was missing for 18 years. she was kidnapped in california. these individuals to heal and connect back into the world. this isn't who they are. it is only what happened to them. the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever this reaffirms they should never give up hope. katie beers was 9 years old when she vanished in new york in 1992. chained in underground bunker in her kidnapper's garage. >> the thing that helped me most with my recovery was my foster parents keeping me out of the spotlight, keeping me out of the public eye and going to therapy, seeking counseling. >> and tonight both dugard and beers will meet for the very first time. the national center for missing and exploited children just happens to be honoring dugard at annual ceremony in washington. it is aptly named the hope awards. shep? >> shepard: eric shawn in our newsroom. the fbi is right now scouring that home. we will go back there for a live report just minutes from now. first though the secretary of state john kerry today warned that unless the syrian regime and the rebels negot
CBS
May 7, 2013 6:00pm PDT
were filed. liz? >> wow. all right. ines, thank you. kidnapping survivor jaycee dugard says the women need the opportunity to heal and connect back into the world. dugard commented on the crime in cleveland saying, the human spirit is incredibly resilient, more than ever this reaffirms we should never give up hope. phillip and nancy garrido held dugard in captivity for 18 years at a home near antioch. >>> and the mother of michaela garecht is encouraged by the developments in ohio. garecht was 9 when she was kidnapped in hayward in 1988. her mother says michaela, there is hope. here is an example of three girls who were kidnapping victims who have been held for a very long time. but one of those girls decided to get help and help was there. help will be there for you, too, my sweetheart." >>> this just in. at least three parties will share the million-dollar reward money put up during the search for fugitive ex-cop christopher dorner. now, according to the lapd, the majority of that money will go to a couple who was tied up just prior to dorner's shootout with authorities. 15% will go
MSNBC
May 7, 2013 6:00am PDT
of jaycee dugard in california. and as you recall, she was kidnapped for 18 years and fathered two children by the man who kidnapped her. >> you know, and hearing the police department, you could tell, getting defensive, saying they pursued every three months, they said, there was some lead on one of these three women they pursued here. but obviously there is going to be questions. you just pointed out, three women kidnapped from basically the same neighborhood and this went dry for a decade. >> sure, it did. and, again, in similar type cases, like jaycee dugard, again, where we know she was held in a -- in a house, she was held in a backyard, she was held in tents. where neighbors could look over, authorities had been to the house. in jaycee's case, awarded $10 million because the state of california said we screwed up. we should have found this young girl and saved her. and we didn't do it. well, this is their early stages. the last thing we want is finger-pointing. but chuck, there is usually less than 1% of kidnap victims like these women after a period of time goes by. there is less th
MSNBC
May 7, 2013 8:00am PDT
svelted earlier calls. >> this is almost, thomas, an instant replay of the jaycee dugard case. you remember the 11-year-old girl who was kidnapped in california, held for 18 years, had two children by her abduc r abductor, was held in the backyard is-in a tent-like structure. law enforcement, neighbors looked over the fence, missed opportunities, thomas. whenever you have a case that goes on this long and someone is held in this environment you are going to find out that friends, neighbors, relatives, law enforcement, there are going to be missed opportunities to rescue in this case these three young women. there's going to be a lot of soul searching going on. but this one report that kristen just had, i mean, that is terrible to suggest what these women might have gone through and realize they were held for over ten years in at least one case. that's over 4,000 days this they were subjected to something like this. that's an unbelievable period of time. and now these women have to come back into society, find out as amanda said when she got out yesterday and free, well, free and f
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